Posted by: Rhona Reid On February 27, 2018 7:00 am
“Housework? It can’t kill you, but why take the risk?” goes the fridge magnet/meme/Birthday card for your sister.
But within that little lol, is a grain of truth. Research just published in the American Thoracic Society’s Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine has found that using chemical-laden cleaning products every day has a detrimental effect on lung health. If you use cleaning sprays regularly, then the impact can be the equivalent of smoking a full pack of cigarettes every day.
The Dangers of Chemical Cleaners
The research is pretty thorough, with scientists following 6000 test subjects over a 20-year period. The findings observe that the chemicals inhaled from everyday …
Nobody wants to spend a beautiful summer day doing housework but most of us like to have a clean, tidy home. To get the best of both worlds, we’ve rounded up three fantastic ways you can use your Tyent water ionizer to clean smarter, faster and better.
How Water Ionizers Make Cleaning a Breeze!
The key to cleaning with your water ionizer is Turbo Water! The acidic water produced on the Turbo setting of your water ionizer is awesome stuff, and we don’t use the term lightly!
Read on to enjoy the sun and a sparkling clean home!
You probably know that some of the regular cleaning products we use in and around the home can be hazardous if ingested, for example. But did you know just how potent some of these things are?
More importantly, did you know that you can substitute these products with Turbo water straight from your Tyent ionizer? The Turbo setting on your machine can replace some of those products lurking in the cleaning cupboard!
Often containing a powerful cocktail of chemicals to cut through baked-on grease and dirt, the label of the average pack of oven cleaner is a pretty scary read! Most come with warnings about respiratory problems if …
It’s that time of year again! Nothing makes your house feel fresher than a good spring clean. I love throwing things out almost as much as I like hoarding them (I know, my storage issues are complex) and there’s no better way to ensure that your home stays tidy than eliminating clutter and buffing what’s left to a showroom shine!
We have some fabulous tips for getting the most out of your annual spring tidy, so let’s get our houses in order!
First Things First
Don’t try to clean anything before you’ve had a thorough clear-out first. I can tell when I’m in ‘the zone’ for throwing things …
Ionized water isn’t just for drinking! Did you know that you can use your ionized water for cleaning? Stop wasting money on cleaning products when you can make your own cleaning products at home! You may already know that you can use acidic water for cleaning and sanitizing surfaces, but you can also use turbo alkaline water in recipes to make your own cleaning products! Here are three recipes we would like to share with you!
Do-It-Yourself Cleaning Recipes
Ionized Tyent Water All-Purpose Cleaner
Ionized Tyent Water Dish Soap
Ionized Tyent Water Laundry Detergent
Let us know what you think of these recipes and give us suggestions for recipes you would like to see in the …
These days, the flu is all over the news. This season, the flu began early, and flu activity is high across the country. Flu season usually peaks around January or February, but it’s impossible to accurately predict when this peak will occur.
One way to stay healthy is to avoid germs. You already know that you should be careful in germy places, such as public bathrooms, and when you’re using trash cans and touching shopping cart handles to avoid picking up the flu bug and other germs. However, there are some germy places that you might not be aware of. Read on to find out what they are!
When it comes to drinking water, the benefits of alkaline ionized water vs. tap water are as clear as, well, a glass of water. But some of the benefits of having a water ionizer aren’t related to actually drinking the water. In fact, there are several non-drinking uses for water from a Tyent water ionizer! We list a few of the most useful here.
Washing produce. It shouldn’t surprise you that the fruits and veggies we pick up at the grocery store aren’t very clean. They come with pesticides, insecticides, and chemicals on the surface—not to mention the germs from people’s hands touching them. Water from a water ionizer breaks up these harmful substances on the surface of produce and …